The forests of Victoria’s central west are home to a world of wonder. Bushwalking trails weave through towering forests, cool fern gullies and alpine plateaus.

This is a critical time to create refuges for threatened and rare wildlife, insects, forests, plants and for people.

Bushwalkers and park lovers don’t want to see our already endangered animals and plants – including Victoria’s latest Threatened Species the Mount Cole Grevillea – pushed further to the brink.